Six Impossible Things
Publish date: August 1st 2010
Publisher: Pan Macmillan Australia
Pages no: 263
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Young Adult Contemporary
, Young Adult Romance
Series: Six Impossible Things/Wildlife (#1)
Dan Cereill (pronounced "surreal", NOT "cereal") is not having an easy time of it. He and his mother are left shocked, abandoned and nearly penniless after Dan's father simultaneously announces that his business has gone bankrupt and that he's gay. Dan's great-aunt Adelaide recently passed away, the...
I loved Wood’s Wildlife when I read it and happily picked up Six Impossible Things at Midwinter. Wood is great at writing smart, slightly too pretentious teenage characters; so often this kind of character doesn’t ring true for me, but hers do. I strongly recommend reading Six Impossible Things firs...
Ha! Talk about asking then receiving; seeking and then finding!There’s that lovely, lovely building up between them. How it’s maybe one sided at first, then set aside for all else taking place, then at the forefront of every one of his thoughts? It’s lovely and sweet and bit desperate and just like ...
Just landed in my mailbox, so keen to read this soon.
I’ve been on a Aussie book binge as of late, the last couple of books I read were full of awesomeness, but they have also been quite intense The Piper’s Son and Raw Blue, so I needed something light and easy going, a couple of my great Goodreads friends suggested Six Impossible Things and it was ex...
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